Beijing Royal School (_ʤ学)

As a Chinese-foreign joint-venture school, Beijing Royal School (BRS) is one of the Cambridge International Centers established in Beijing by Cambridge University's Local Examinations Syndicate to enroll domestic and overseas students. In 2006, BRS was approved by ETS to be a PSAT and AP test center. The AEOP program was launched jointly with the China Center of the University of Minnesota in 2008. BRS organizes students to attend the entrance examinations of colleges and universities in the USA and UK. Students get into world class colleges and universities by utilizing A-Level, AP and AEOP curriculums and SAT, IELTS and TOEFL courses. In this way, BRS has set up a fast track to the world's top 100 universities for middle and high school students all over China.

The 15-hectare school campus has a construction area of 100,000 square meters, consisting of a high-tech office building, an education building, a state-of-the-art lab building, and a multi-function building. The school library boasts 200,000 volumes and a TOEFL STN with 400 workstations. The physical education facilities include a standard playground, a gymnasium, an indoor stadium, a kickboxing gym, an international-standard 400-meter rubber track, a football pitch, basketball courts and tennis courts. Students are provided with a first-class learning and living environment and facilities such as piano rooms, multimedia video classrooms, modern computer rooms, oral English classrooms and comfortable dormitories.